|The Salt Lake City Temple!|
|Elder Sitatis & family|
I hope you all had a wonderful thanksgiving! We did! We went to Elder Sitatis for a yummy dinner with his family. We had a traditional thanksgiving dinner with some African dishes too that were yummy. It was a special experience to sit and talk with him about the gospel, our missions, the work we are doing, etc. After dinner he really wanted to sing hymns to express Gratitude towards God, so we sung 5 hymns then we gave a spiritual thought! Africans love to sing!We are trying to utilize the members on the square to find people to teach, I love
|Our Fabulous Zone!|
|We met the man who played Joseph|
in "A Savior Is Born"
Here is my favorite part of James E. Faust talk, " Here then is a great truth. In the pain, the agony, and the heroic
|Sometimes you've just gotta|
make it rain!
Into every life there come the painful, despairing days of adversity and buffeting. There seems to be a full measure of anguish, sorrow, and often heartbreak for everyone, including those who earnestly seek to do right and be faithful. The thorns that prick, that stick in the flesh, that hurt, often change lives which seem robbed of significance and hope. This change comes about through a refining process which often seems cruel and hard. In this way the soul can become like soft clay in the hands of the Master in building lives of faith, usefulness, beauty, and strength. For some, the refiner’s fire causes a loss of belief and faith in God, but those with eternal perspective understand that such refining is part of the perfection process."
Have an amazing week.
LOT'S OF COUSINS CAME BY TO SEE THE LIGHTS!
|Amy Pulsipher (2nd cousin)|
|2/3's of the Hill's (Adopted cousins)|
|Uncle Daniel & Aunt Rebecca's family|
|Sister Sughroue & Sister Vasi|
Maddy & Aly Pulsipher